Supply Chain Collaboration 2010: Buy, Sell or Hold?
Is there really any more vexing topic than supply chain collaboration? Every couple of years, I write a column on this subject, and my own views continue to shift – though this year, I have some new clarity.
I will admit to being a bit of a cynic. There is simply too much blah, blah, blah in the discussion of collaboration, from my view.
Legacy Migration News: GlassHouse Technologies Brings Security and Storage Solutions to Symantec Vision 2010
GlassHouse Technologies Brings Cutting-Edge Security and Storage Solutions to Symantec Vision 2010
Legacy Migration News:
FRAMINGHAM, Mass., Apr 07, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) — GlassHouse Technologies, today announced that its expert consultants are inviting Symantec Vision 2010 attendees to join them at booth 21 for in-depth discussions on new advancements and approaches in backup, migration and archiving. At the show, GlassHouse will unveil its line of EVTools software and services. GlassHouse will also showcase proven strategies to help organizations implement secure, low-cost and more maintainable approaches to large information management projects.
Ellison admits Oracle trails SAP in enterprise applications and IBM in high-end servers, but lays out plans for becoming #1 in each sector.
Citing surging demand across his software portfolio and ongoing optimism about his new hardware assets, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison has brashly declared war against the two companies currently leading Oracle in key markets: IBM in high-end servers and SAP in enterprise applications.
Listen to this great interview with SEEBURGER’s own Steve Jordan as he shares his insight on current B2B market place trends, and also the concept of doing more with less.
According to dBusinessNews.com, The Black Book of Outsourcing ranked UST Global ® the number one IT provider in the 2009 Top Legacy Migration ITO Vendors Report. UST won top honors among 48 vendors researched and received the highest number of #1 scores (from customers) on individual criteria.
This past week I spoke at an event called the Extended Supply Chain conference, held at the Terminal 5 Sofitel at London’s Heathrow Airport. This is the second year in a row I’ve been able to participate, and, as a result, I have a nice little nugget of time-series data to share that points encouragingly up for supply chain professionals everywhere.
Economic growth in the last quarter of 2009 was slightly less robust than previously thought, the government said on Friday. But corporate profit in the quarter rose significantly, providing hope that businesses might begin hiring again.